Kenji Yoshino on Shakespeare and Justice Sept 19.

Celebrated Legal Scholar and Author Kenji Yoshino to Speak on Shakespeare’s Plays and What They Have to Teach about Justice

Free, thought-provoking event to take place at The Evergreen State College, Tacoma Campus, September 19 at 7 p.m.

Celebrated legal scholar Kenji Yoshino will speak on Shakespearean drama and the role it plays in critical crises in contemporary life, law and current affairs.

Race and Diversity Resources

Office of Equity and Inclusion at The Evergreen State College

Multicultural Awareness Activities

Books, Plays and Articles

Adams, Maurianne, Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice

Fox, Helen, When Race Breaks Out (Higher ed: Questions about the Purpose(s) of Colleges & Universities)

hooks, bell, Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom

Experimental Compost Heat Recovery System

Due to complications in construction, the Compost Heat Recovery System Project has been discontinued.


Sustainability @ RAD

One of RAD's core goals is to create a sustainable community that values, cultivates, and maintains its human, natural, and physical resources. We are moving forward in this goal through the projects and initiatives listed below and by encouraging student involvement in greening our campus.

Sierra Magazine Rates Evergreen Among the Coolest Schools.

The Evergreen State College named one of America’s Top 20 “Coolest” Schools by Sierra Magazine

Evergreen praised for green efforts by national magazine, ranks 9 on list

The Evergreen State College placed ninth on Sierra magazine’s fifth annual ranking of the nation’s top “Coolest Schools.” A salute to the efforts of colleges around the country helping to solve climate issues and operate sustainably, the cover feature spotlights the schools that are making a true impact for the planet, from UC Irvine’s energy-efficiency standards to Stanford’s commitment to maintaining undeve

The Evergreen State College Named a “Best Buy” in the Fiske Guide to Colleges 2012

Evergreen is only one of 24 public institutions noted in the popular Fiske Guide to Colleges as a “Best Buy.”

For 2012, Fiske Guide to Colleges has designated 49 institutions – 24 public and 25 private – as Best Buys. All of the Best Buy schools fall into the inexpensive or moderate price category, and the designation is recognition of both value and academics at the college.

To be qualified as a Best Buy institution, Fiske Guide to Colleges takes into account qualities such as:

Evergreen among Princeton Review’s Best Colleges.

The Evergreen State College Featured in the Princeton Review Book, "The Best 376 Colleges" - 2012 Edition

The Evergreen State College is one of the country's best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company features the school in the new 2012 edition of its annual college guide, "The Best 376 Colleges."

Responses to the Evergreen Student Experience Survey 2011

This page provides the responses of various student subgroups to the Evergreen Student Experience Survey 2011. Please contact Amadou Ba for more information or visit the Evergreen Student Experience Survey page for an overview of this and other related surveys.

You can view responses to individual survey questions for the following subgroups:

The Evergreen State College Announces ‘Tacoma Treasures’ Sale for Scholarships on August 20

The Tacoma Treasures huge indoor garage sale takes place at The Evergreen State College – Tacoma Campus at 1210 6th Ave, Tacoma, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on August 20.

All proceeds from the event will benefit the Evergreen Tacoma Annual Fund supporting student scholarships, math and writing tutors, and critical campus needs.

Items for sale will include gently used toys, household items, clothing, and more.

The event is sponsored by The Evergreen State College Alumni Association.

Northwest Native Arts Event August 6.

Get “In the Spirit” with Washington State History Museum’s Sixth Annual Northwest Native Arts Market & Festival

One-day Tacoma event features performances by local Native American dancers, musicians and storytellers, and wares by some of the Pacific Northwest’s most talented artisans